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Windows 7: After trying to connect to a projector, Windows won't start up.


17 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
After trying to connect to a projector, Windows won't start up.

I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
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I tried to connect my PC to my HDTV, using an HDMI cable. When I selected "Connect To A Projector" I chose the third option, I forget what it said. When I chose that, all i could see on my pc screen was my desktop background, but zoomed in. The computer was frozen, so I shut it down. When I went to boot it back up, once it gets past the "Starting Windows" screen, with the glowing windows symbol, the screen goes black where it should show the Users. Then I cant do anything. It might be a problem with my drivers, which if it is, you have to explain how to fix it, because I'm bad with this stuff. I can get into safe mode, though, which is how I'm typing this. Please... PLEASE HELP!
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